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Synonyms for dormitory

a college or university building containing living quarters for students

a large sleeping room containing several beds

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At Vanderbilt, Red (as Warren was called) likewise paid tribute to the poem's power, doubtless for his roommate's amusement: Tate returned one day to find their dormroom decorated with scenes from the poem.
Before he was famous as Fidel Castro's right-hand man, before he seeded revolutions across Latin America and appeared on a million North American dormroom posters, the young Che Guevara had set off to see the Americas by motorcycle.
Nor is it a variation of that old dormroom philosopher's sawhorse, "What would chairs look like if our knees bent backwards?"
The Chicago Tribune reported that he left a note in his dormroom that included a rambling list of grievances.
The Tribune said he had recently shown troubling signs, including setting a fire in a dormroom and stalking some women.